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I Played for My Dad for 9 Years, and We Still Talk
by Josh Templeton and Ryan Anderson


Overview - This isn't a parenting self-help book, and it's not a how-to manual on becoming a great player. It's a story. A story of a fire that was burning in the soul of a young basketball player. A story of a coach who built a winning basketball culture that turned a tiny school in Tennessee into one of the most successful and recognized programs in the state.  Read more...

 
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Overview
This isn't a parenting self-help book, and it's not a how-to manual on becoming a great player. It's a story. A story of a fire that was burning in the soul of a young basketball player. A story of a coach who built a winning basketball culture that turned a tiny school in Tennessee into one of the most successful and recognized programs in the state. A story of a father who coached his son for 9 straight years... AND THEY STILL TALK. Josh's story is a rare, poignant look through the eyes and heart of the child, the player, the head coach's son. The journey was one filled with exhilarating highs, unexpected and heartbreaking lows, and the life lessons that both father and son learned along the way. Players who read this story will relate to the situations that surround growing up in basketball and be challenged to think outside the box, take an honest, hard look at themselves, and ask one question, "Does what I'm doing line up with who I want to be?" I Played for My Dad for 9 Years, and We Still Talk is an unparalleled look at the treacherous balancing act of fatherhood and coaching. It's not a fairy tale, but a real life account of the upbringing, the empowering, the conflict, and the process that molded a player who got as much enjoyment and learning experiences playing the game as anyone who ever donned a uniform, and the father/coach who made it all possible.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780998062402
  • ISBN-10: 0998062405
  • Publisher: Josh Templeton
  • Publish Date: September 2016
  • Page Count: 334
  • Dimensions: 7.99 x 5 x 0.75 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 pounds


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